According to the decision made after temperatures in the country are expected to reach up to 37 degrees in some cities, water breaks will be implemented in matches in the Premier League and lower leagues this weekend due to high temperatures across England.
According to reports in the British press, water breaks will be given in matches if the temperature in the stadiums is 30 degrees or above.
Temperatures, which exceeded 30 degrees in some parts of England this week, are expected to rise to 37 degrees at the end of the week.
On the other hand, Thames Water, which serves 15 million people, announced that due to the unusual heat in England, they will implement a “hose ban” (an official restriction on the use of hoses by a certain water company during water shortages) in many regions in the south of the country, including the capital London, in the coming weeks.
It was noted that the company’s restriction decision took into account the hot weather warnings made by the British Meteorological Office (Met Office).
Due to the heat in the UK, water companies are planning to implement a hose ban. Due to the heat in the UK, water companies are planning to implement a hose ban.
It was not specified from which date the restriction will be implemented due to “legal procedures”.
On the other hand, within the scope of the restrictions, which are expected to last until October, excessive use of water is expected to be banned in jobs such as gardening and filling swimming pools.
In the UK, a “third degree heat” warning was issued regarding the heat wave covering the country. According to Met Office statistics, July this year was “the driest July for the UK since 1935” and “the driest July on record” for East Anglia, southeast and southern England.